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Tucker Max: Unfrozen Caveman Auteur

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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell director Bob Gosse on working with Tucker Max: "He was new to the filmmaking process, and he would get very frightened when he didn't understand things.... We were checking the power sources, seeing where we could park the trucks, where would we take our meals, where could we go to the bathroom, could we get air-conditioning units moved in — he just got spooked a little bit. You know? And the actual shooting of the film was the same thing. He would periodically spin out, and he would berate a crew member irresponsibly for no other reason than he didn't know what he was talking about. And he didn't do it with any malice. He was just doing it because he wanted to participate."

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